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You never know what you’re going to find in the Anthropologie sale section, and there’s something really beautiful about that. (Your wallet may not think so, but we do.) Sure, you can count on some excellent bedding, unexpected decor, and fun lighting—among many other things—and you can always expect to feel that familiar pang of inspiration striking. We did a recent dive into the deals and found plenty of items that could serve as your home’s next statement piece. Let’s take a look.

A Subtle Splash: Zaha Burl Switch Plates

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Zaha Burl Switch Plate, Anthropologie ($20 was $28)

If you want to do a little something nice for your home without blowing a bunch of money, swap out your switch plates. We love this option, which takes things up a notch with a sleek burl design.

For a Touch of Whimsy: Handwoven Esme Rug

Handwoven Esme Rug, 5′ x 8′, Anthropologie ($500 was $698)

Nothing beats the texture of a jute rug in a hallway (or a kitchen or a bedroom). This folkish floral pattern is a sweet addition to any space, thanks to its minimalist color palette.

A Worthy Classic: Washed Linen Duvet Cover

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Washed Linen Duvet Cover​, Queen, Anthropologie ($240 was $298)

Invest in a nice set of linen sheets, and you will thank yourself again and again. This supersoft European flax duvet cover promises to feel lived-in from the first snooze (in the best way possible). It’s a smart choice for the summertime, especially for hot sleepers, as the material is incredibly breathable.

A Lamp With Attitude: Studioilse Floor Lamp

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Studioilse Floor Lamp, Anthropologie ($500 was $998)

This mono-texture lamp is a look in the same way your best friend’s monochromatic outfit is—chic, seemingly effortless, and oh-so put-together. It’s completely wrapped in woven paper cord and just the design you want peeking out of a corner that’s been empty for months.

For Cozy Summer Hangs: Pedestal Firepit

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Weathering Steel Pedestal Bowl Firepit, Anthropologie ($515 was $698)

There’s nothing that will turn your backyard space into a hub for hangouts quicker than a firepit. The weathered finish of this bowl-shaped version means you won’t have to worry about it withstanding the elements, and the storage space for wood is extra handy.

The Perfect Pop of Pattern: Annika Reed Studio Temple Wallpaper

Annika Reed Studio Temple Wallpaper, Anthropologie ($190 was $238)

Picture: a sad little corner, devoid of design or knickknacks because of its diminutive size. Suddenly it’s transformed by a slick of this Greek-inspired wallpaper and a pedestal for a beautiful vase of flowers or your latest travel souvenir. Just an idea.

A Designer Touch: Amber Lewis Caillen Dining Chair

Amber Lewis Caillen Dining Chair, Anthropologie ($400 was $698)

We love the texture play happening with this dining chair. Linen meets leather meets oak—it’s luxurious but also reads laid-back. Replace your entire corral of seating or go for a mix-and-match look and find siblings to complement this beauty.

The Anywhere Bench: Sedona Bench

Sedona Bench, Anthropologie ($800 was $1,098)

Ottoman, reading perch, end-of-bed hub for yesterday’s clothes, a perfect place to put on your shoes—the versatility of this bench is worth noting. The geometric pattern on the upholstery is eye-catching, but it won’t detract from any existing interior styles.